Making Government Work: Lessons from America's Mayors and Governors

Making Government Work: Lessons from America's Mayors and Governors

Abstract:

Stephen Goldsmith, Contributor, May 2000

The role of government, particularly at the state and local levels, has evolved dramatically over recent years. In Making Government Work, a bipartisan collection of the nation's most innovative governors and big city mayors describe how they make government more efficient and effective. From welfare to clean water, these original essays discuss a wide variety of issues and propose progressive solutions that will influence the thinking of all Americans interested in politics.

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